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Phone Numbers with the (208) 815- Prefix

Area code:208 area code
Usage:Wireless Numbers
Carrier:Cellco Partnership DBA Verizon Wireless - ID
Timezone:Mountain / Pacific
Current time:4:23pm / 3:23pm
All Cities Served:Malad, ID
All Counties Served:Oneida County
All Zip Codes Served:83252
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Malad, ID

For the Mumbai, India Suburb, see Malad (Mumbai suburb).

Malad City (also commonly known as Malad) is the only city in and the county seat of Oneida County, Idaho, United States. Its population was 2,158 at the 2000 census.

The city is named after the nearby Malad River, the name being French for "sickly". Malad City is located along Interstate 15 on the east side of the Malad Valley 13 miles (21 km) from the Utah/Idaho border.

Established in 1864, Malad is one of the oldest communities in the state of Idaho. The community received its name from Donald Mackenzie, a Scottish-Canadian trapper, who passed through the valley between 1818 and 1821 with a party of trappers. Some of his men became sick while camped here and, believing that the illness was caused by drinking water from the valley's principal stream, he named it "Malade" meaning sick or bad in the French language. Actually, the water had nothing to do with the men's illness, as it was later learned by the second party led by Jim Bridger between 1832 and 1835. The men had eaten some beaver that were nibbling on the poisonous roots of a certain tree that put a natural arsenic into their flesh. The beaver would have likely been immune to the poison because of long-term adaptation, but the trappers suffered from their feast.

Malad, ID description from Wikipedia